Dr. Jeff Sciberras graduated from the University of Waterloo with an Optometry Doctorate in 1999. While attending undergraduate studies at McGill University, he earned the distinction of Canada Scholar.
Dr. Sciberras completed his residency at the prestigious Barnett-Dulaney Eye Hospital in Arizona. He helped serve underprivileged areas in Jamaica and in Mexico with I Care International. Dr. Sciberras has a special interest in pediatric optometry, because of the importance of vision to a child’s ability to learn. Honored to be voted Mississauga’s Top Choice Optometry Clinic in 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023.
Our Patient Post-Appointment Survey Results (2018-current):
- 92% of those surveyed would refer us to a friend or co-worker.
- 86% of respondents found our staff very friendly.
- 96% of patients rated their visit as either excellent or very good.
Dr. Sciberras is licensed in the use of topical therapeutic pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of eye diseases, including glaucoma, keratitis, iritis, conjunctivitis, uveitis, pink eye, episcleritis, ocular allergy, and dry eye.
Dr. Sciberras will personally attend to each patient in the proper selection and fitting of eyewear to ensure ultimate patient satisfaction with their vision correction. We stand by our products and are not satisfied until you are.
From the inception of his clinic in 2007, Dr. Sciberras’ aim has been to provide the highest quality of comprehensive eye care, with a desire to utilize leading eye care technologies and the delivery of quality eye care products. Recent technology investments include an OCT, which allows earlier diagnosis and greater in-house management capabilities. This includes axial length tracking in children to better manage their myopia and associated risks: corneal shape mapping or tomography, to better-fit contact lenses and diagnose and track keratoconus, more precise candidacy determinations for refractive surgery such as LASIK: angle measurement and disease monitoring in glaucoma; subtler detection of posterior vitreous detachment, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. We also offer patients a choice in how their eye pressure is measured, by air puff or painless touch tonometry. A new digital slit lamp camera allows us to take anterior photos of the eye to track and educate patients on their eye health, disease, and associated risk factors.
We look forward to serving you and developing a long-term commitment to protecting your family’s eye health while maximizing your vision and options.
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